The carbon-neutral boutique hotel offers the perfect Winter wellness retreat complete with authentic Turkish Bath.
LONDON – Part of Türkiye’s first independent carbon-neutral hotel group The Stay Hotels, The Stay Boulevard Nisantasi in Istanbul offers guests the perfect winter wellness retreat for 2023. The new 1220 sqm Stay Spa spans an entire floor with nine treatment rooms, an indoor spa pool, adjoining hot tub, Turkish bath, and wooden sauna, and using all vegan and organic spa products.
Treatments include the reviving Turkish hammam experience, which cleanses, refreshes and moisturises the body with special herbal soaps and foam, enjoyed in the dedicated private Turkish bath, complete with white marble and ornate brass taps. For the ultimate indulgence, the combined hammam and massage treatment allows guests to choose from one of the spa’s massage therapies, from traditional Thai combining acupressure and stretching techniques to healing Balinese with deep strokes and energy-unblocking Shiatsu.
There’s also a couple’s massage for two to share and relax side-by-side, soothing mother-to-be massages using safely formulated massage oils and hot stone therapy, to help with sleeplessness and tension. After and in-between treatments, guests can recline on wooden day beds in softly lit relaxation areas and sip a cup of fresh mint tea.
Guests and non-guests can buy spa packages for six, 10 and 20 treatments. Each treatment is 60-minutes long and can be a combination of Traditional Thai Massage, Stay Spa Massage, Deep Tissue Asia, Shiatsu Therapy and Aromatherapy.
The soothing Stay Spa offers the ultimate urban retreat for those looking to wind down after spending a busy day exploring Istanbul's culture and sights and the chic Nisantasi neighbourhood.
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